Sarai (or Serai) is an ancient Persian term for an inn and Toria is a nearby village; hence the Sarai at Toria. Welcome! The Sarai at Toria’s uniquely designed accommodation is situated on a beautiful riverside site, close to Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh, India. It can be a destination in itself, as the surrounding area is full of wonderful history and natural beauty, and it is also conveniently located to fit into a number of central Indian itineraries.

This luxurious but earth-friendly small retreat is envisaged as the founding component of a wider project that seeks to play a positive role in the economic and social development of the local area; we also see it as a base for conservation activities and for wildlife and climate change research.

We opened on 15th October 2010. Our new season starts 1st October 2013

 

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Condé Nast Traveler : Hot List 2011 "...a definitive guide to the world's most exciting new establishments that are destined to become instant classics."

Find the Sarai at Toria amongst this exclusive group: http://www.concierge.com/tools/travelawards/hotlist/2011/hotels/asia/506172
Outlook Traveller "Into the Quiet" by Amita Baviskar - "It's that rare thing: a luxury wildlife getaway with a conscience." http://travel.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?270004
the guardian

"Eye on the tigers in India" by Jason Burke - "Wildlife experts have opened a new eco-lodge in India that offers comfort and calm: http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2011/apr/16/india-conservation-sarai-toria-eco-lodge-tigers

Sydney Morning Herald

"When the cat's away" by Leisa Tyler - "The Sarai at Toria is a magical place..." http://www.smh.com.au/travel/holiday-type/eco-tourism/when-the-cats-away-20110407-1d5ta.html